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The members of the Environmental Policy and Agricultural Strategic Policy SPC of Mayo County Council this week heard from a delegation from No Fracking Ireland, an umbrella group that opposes fracking on the whole island of Ireland. Fracking sees gas exploration companies injecting highly pressurised fracking fluid to create fractures in rock to extract natural gas from the rock.
A new series of TV programmes titled Tracks and Trails will be transmitted on RTE 1 over the next number of weeks. Building on the success of series one and two, the new series of programmes will feature spectacular walks and cycles in stunning locations all over the island of Ireland.
Two Galway-based companies have been shortlisted to be among Ireland’s Best Managed Companies. Now in its fifth year, the Best Managed Companies Awards sponsored by Deloitte will recognise indigenous Irish companies across the island of Ireland that are operating at the highest levels of business performance.
Tonight, Friday September 21, locals and visitors across the island of Ireland will enjoy the unique experience of Culture Night, a free night of entertainment, discovery, and adventure taking place in a record 34 towns, cities, counties, and islands in Ireland.
Galway Bay fm’s evening news programme FYI Galway has been shortlisted as Best News Programme in the PPI national radio awards.
Coca-Cola HBC Ireland today announced the details of 45 non-profit organisations shortlisted for the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund, one of which is the Ballina Boxing Club.
Castlebar grow it yourself meeting
The Ulster Bank GAA Force Roadshow travelled to Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club on Wednesday night, where some 250 Mayo GAA fans took part in the evening’s activities. The event featured a panel discussion and questions and answers session with RTÉ pundit and Kerry GAA legend Pat Spillane, former Mayo players Liam McHale and Martin Carney, and current Galway stars Joe Bergin and Finian Hanley. The event was MC’d by Newstalk sports commentator David McIntyre.
With Ireland thrust into the spotlight over the past 12 months as a top visitor destination, helped along by recent high-profile visits from Queen Elizabeth II and Barack Obama, it is now time for local businesses to shine. The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Ireland is calling on all businesses from all over the country to enter the acclaimed CIM Marketing Excellence Awards Ireland 2012 to showcase their winning marketing campaigns, before the deadline on September 11.
A leading angling journalist from Britain visited County Mayo recently during a fact-finding trip to the west of Ireland.